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Removal of Strontium and Cæsium from Milk

Abstract

THE appearance of radioactive isotopes of strontium in the food chain has caused considerable concern. There is complete agreement that these isotopes constitute a hazard to health, but controversy about the quantitative aspects of this hazard.

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